Elevation: 6050meters

Region: Hunza shamshal

Range: Karakoram

Manglik Sar is a Mountain Located at Shimshal Valley in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. The mountain, located in the Karakoram and southernmost part of Pamir mountain ranges, is 6050meters high. It was 1st climbed in 1988 by the famous Pakistani Climber Nazir Sabir. It is a non-technical snow Peak, the required equipment consists of cramps and Ice axe for the last part, The slopes are rather steep, from 30 to 35degrees. It is one day climb normally with 1500M ascent and 1500M descent from base camp. You may need to know some basic climbing technique and also required good physical fitness. From the summit you can see mighty K2, Yashkun garden 7400m Baraldu  Valley, Mustagh Ranges, Pamir and Kanjut Sar 7760m

1Arrival at Islamabad  and then transfer to hotel. Overnight stay in hotel in Islamabad
2Islamabad – Chilas  over night in hotel
3Chilas – Karimabad
4Karimabad – Shimshal Village
5Shimshal – Wuch Furzeen  3365m  Walk: 5-6 hours.
6Wuch Furzeen – Arbab Purien 3931m  Walk: 4-5 hours
7ArbabParien – Shuijerab  4350m   Walk: 3-4 hours,
8Shuijerab – Shimshal Pass – Shuwert  4735m  Walk: 3-4 hours
9-14Climbing days
15Shuwert – Purien-e-Ben 3596m  Walk: 5-6 hours
16Purien-e-Ben – Shimshal Walk: 5-6 hours
17Shimshal Village – Karimabad
18Karimabad – Besham/Naran
19Besham/Naran – Islamabad
20Islamabad – Flight Out and your Next destination. End of our services

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